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Demystifying Empathy

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By demystifying empathy, you and your team can make your conversations more collaborative. When asked, “What is empathy?”, the most common answers are, "Saying I'm sorry," or"Sharing the same experience." These answers are good but could be better.

Good Leaders Are Curious Leaders

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Being curious is one of the best ways leaders can learn and foster engagement. How can you become more curious? You can start being a better leader right now by asking questions.

Nudging the Stats on Employee Engagement

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Despite a healthy budget spent on leadership development each year, we continue to see Gallup polls that identify approximately one-half of the workforce as “not engaged.” Worse, an additional 16.5% are “actively disengaged.”

How to Handle the Tasks No One Wants to Do

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As a leader, it falls to you to determine who on your team does each job. How do you handle the tasks no one wants to do? First, consider the more popular tasks — the ones that have multiple volunteers willing to take them on.

Why Even Your Executives Need Mentors

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It can be daunting for seasoned professionals to acknowledge what they don’t know, but addressing knowledge gaps is the first step toward training an executive to lead your company into the future.